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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Pretoria, 25 October 1913

Second Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Pretoria of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 25 October 1913 from Hamburg for New York, Commanded by Captan Dugge. Booklet is unique with information on the Imperator, the World's Largest Ship at 50,000 Tons Register and for its advertisement for Zeppelin Airship Passenger Trips.

List of Second Cabin Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S. Pretoria

Captain Dugge
From Hamburg to New York

Saturday, 25 October 1913

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Dugge
  2. First Officer: R. Romahn
  3. Second Officer: G. Frankl
  4. Second Officer: H. Stephan
  5. Second Officer: A. Jost
  6. Third Officer: H. Schütte
  7. Fourth Officer: W. Petersen
  8. Chief Engineer: E. Kreske
  9. Second Engineer: T. Bertels
  10. Third Engineer: R. Heber
  11. Fourth Engineer: P. Krüger
  12. Fourth Engineer: G. Lidecke
  13. Electrician: J. Haushofer
  14. Ingineer Intern: B. Hensel
  15. Ingineer Intern: A. Böttcher
  16. Ingineer Intern: O. Brüning
  17. Ingineer Intern: O. Ueckert
  18. Ingineer Intern: H. Kehlenbeck
  19. Ingineer Intern: W. Zander
  20. First Physician: Dr. W. Rupp
  21. Second Physician: Dr. R. Raschkow
  22. Purser: G. Schuberth
  23. Assistant Purser: H. Gock
  24. Assistant Purser: H. Zoller
  25. Second Chief Steward: A. Gross
  26. Third Chief Steward: F. Ahlers
  27. Assistant Chief Steward: M. Meissner
  28. Assistant Chief Steward: H. Löwe
  29. Assistant Chief Steward: W. Krieg
  30. Head Cook: F. Wolf
  31. Wireless telegraphy: Telegrapher: J. Bette

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Pretoria, 25 October 1913

  1. Dr. Antonie G. Abele (Mrs.)
  2. Mr. Walter Ackert
  3. Mrs. Dr. Aichel and Child
  4. Miss Erna Alandt
  5. Miss Mathilde Alandt
  6. Mr. August Allenberg
  7. Miss Minni Allenberg
  8. Miss Ada Allenberg
  9. Miss Anna Andresen
  10. Mrs. Sara Arndt
  11. Mr. George Arline
  12. Miss Ettel Arnold
  13. Mrs. Marie Aue
  14. Miss Alwine Aue
  15. Miss Mathilde Aue
  16. Mr. Dawid Awerbuch
  17. Mrs. Sure Awerbuch
  18. Mr. Wilhelm Baenk
  19. Miss Margaret Bailey
  20. Mrs. Tamarz Bajewska
  21. Miss Therese Bajzek
  22. Miss Rosa Bart
  23. Mr. Karl Bartsch
  24. Mr. Josef Bechteler
  25. Miss Margarethe Becker
  26. Mr. Albert Behr
  27. Miss Philippine Bendixen
  28. Mr. Leopold Benja
  29. Mrs. Julia Berezki
  30. Miss Käthe Bergdolt
  31. Miss Mary Bernstein
  32. Mr. Christian Bertram
  33. Mr. Robert Bettinardi
  34. Mr. Wilhelm Beyer
  35. Mrs. Auguste Beyer
  36. Miss Anna Binder
  37. Mr. Björnbock-Rex
  38. Mrs. Björnbock-Rex
  39. Miss Therese Blaeuel
  40. Miss Marie Blahorec
  41. Mr. B. Blasche
  42. Mrs. B. Blasche
  43. Mr. Laser Blumenthal
  44. Mr. Jacob Bohn
  45. Mr. Meyer Borischuk
  46. Miss Sonia Borischuk
  47. Rose Borischuk
  48. Mr. Carl Bornhardt
  49. Miss Elise Börm
  50. Miss Belle L. Bowman
  51. Miss Elisabeth Brade
  52. Miss Katharina Breidenbach
  53. Miss Ester Brenneke
  54. Mr. Heinrich Breuer
  55. Mrs. Hermine Breuer
  56. Mr. Hermann Breustedt
  57. Mr. C. Brodbeck
  58. Mrs. Ella Broders
  59. Freddie Broders
  60. Miss Anna Brömel
  61. Miss Marie Brömel
  62. Mr. George von der Burg
  63. Mrs. Anna von der Burg
  64. Miss Minna Burkhardt
  65. Mrs. Johanna Bursynska
  66. Mr. Henry Christensen
  67. Mr. Carl Christiansen
  68. Mr. Israel Chudich
  69. Mrs. Chane Chudich
  70. Miss Herta Claussen
  71. Mrs. Berta Dachtier
  72. Gertrud Dachtier
  73. Elise Dachtier
  74. John E. Dachtier
  75. Mrs. Gyula Daroas and Children
  76. Mr. Rudolf Daucsitz
  77. Mr. Julius Darvas
  78. Mr. Felix Degener
  79. Mr. Paul Demmer
  80. Mr. Max Detjens
  81. Miss Marta Detjens
  82. Miss Maria Detjens
  83. Miss Anna Devender
  84. Andreas Devender
  85. Miss Tillie Diehrels
  86. Mr. Hans Dierksen
  87. Mr. Wilhelm Dierksen
  88. Mr. David Dick
  89. Mrs. Lea Dick
  90. Mr. Schmiel Diek
  91. Rosie Diek
  92. Gittel Diek
  93. Mr. Vizenti Dobrowolski
  94. Mr. Konrad Döring
  95. Mr. Czopor Dominik
  96. Mr. Stefan Duboosky
  97. Miss Elsa Dubran
  98. Mr. Amandus Dürels
  99. Miss Fledesig Dziewior
  100. Mr. Edwin C. Eberlein
  101. Mrs. Anna Eberlein
  102. Mr. John H. Eckart
  103. Mrs. Mathilde Eichler
  104. Mr. Joseph Eisenberger
  105. Miss Marie Elfers
  106. Miss Lidia Ellwanger
  107. Mrs. Regina Engel
  108. Mr. Edgar Engel
  109. Mrs. A. Engelbrecht
  110. Mr. Michael Engelhard
  111. Mrs. Ida B. Engelhard
  112. Miss Conny Farka
  113. Miss Emma Auguste Faust
  114. Mrs. Ida Feddersen
  115. Josine Feddersen
  116. Inge Feddersen
  117. Frieda Feddersen
  118. Friedrich Feddersen
  119. Mr. Claus Feil
  120. Miss E. Feickert
  121. Mr. Ageston Fenko
  122. Mr. Agoston Fenks
  123. Mrs. Sophie F iebrich
  124. Miss Sophie Fiebrich
  125. Mr. Victor Fischbach
  126. Mrs. Therese Fischbach
  127. Miss Marie Fischer
  128. Mr. Rudolf Behaghel von Flammerdinghe
  129. Miss Mary Fletcher
  130. Mr. F. Fonderlip Felix Fonderlip
  131. Mr. Johannes Franck
  132. Miss Fanny Frank
  133. Miss Margarethe Fricke
  134. Miss Ettel Friedland
  135. Miss Maloin Friedmann
  136. Miss Else Friedrich
  137. Miss E. Friedrich
  138. Miss Maria Friedenburger
  139. Mr. David Frenkel
  140. Mrs. Lisette Fuchs
  141. Mr. Karl Gaedecke
  142. Mrs. Mathilde Gallati
  143. Mr. Charles Gartner
  144. Mr. Jacob Geres
  145. Mrs. H. Gerz
  146. Miss Alma Gerz
  147. Mr. Arthur Gertz
  148. Miss Anna Glaser
  149. Mrs. Anna Gnüzel
  150. Babette Gniizel
  151. Paula Gnüzel
  152. Mrs. Apolonia Gonsiorowska
  153. Miss Babette Gottlieb
  154. Mrs. Harriet Going
  155. Mr. Albert Gocht
  156. Mr. Adolph Gottlieb
  157. Mrs. Riwka Goldin
  158. Mr. Anton Götze
  159. Mr. Johann Grätzel
  160. Mr. Carl Gronau
  161. Mr. Alexander Grün
  162. Mr. Ede Grünbaum
  163. Mrs. Cipe Grünberg
  164. Miss Rose Grünberger
  165. Miss Marie Groth
  166. Mrs. Elsa Grüner
  167. Albert Grüner
  168. Elvira Grüner
  169. Mrs. Josefa Grzeszkiewicz
  170. Martha Grzeszkiewicz
  171. Mr. Karl Guggolz
  172. Mr. Miksa Guttmann
  173. Miss Maria Günder
  174. Mr. Leopold Hahn
  175. Mrs. Karoline Hahn
  176. Miss Ottilie Hahn
  177. Walter Hahn
  178. Miss Anna Hafner
  179. Mrs. Bertha Halim
  180. Mr. Michael Hammer
  181. Mrs. Christine Hammer
  182. Mrs. Henry Handwick
  183. Mr. Henry Hann
  184. Mrs. Henry Hann
  185. Mr. Richard Hartig
  186. Mrs. Marie Hartig
  187. Richard Hartig
  188. Mr. John O. Hartmann
  189. Miss Jennie Hasenfratz
  190. Miss Rosa Hassler
  191. Mr. Vaclav Havlena
  192. Mr. Rudolf Hegerfeldt
  193. Mr. Oskar Heinrich
  194. Mr. John C. Henning
  195. Mr. Karl Hennings
  196. Mr. Gothard Hentschel
  197. Mrs. Emma Hentschel
  198. Mr. Ernst Hentschel
  199. Mr. Laszlo Hevesi
  200. Mr. M. Himmler
  201. Miss Emma Hinck
  202. Miss Marie Hinck
  203. Mr. Otto Hinterbach
  204. Miss Adele Hitschmann
  205. Miss Anna Hoffmann
  206. Mr. George Hoffmann
  207. Mrs. George Hoffmann
  208. Mrs. Agnes Hoffmann
  209. Miss Clara Hoffmann
  210. Mr. Karl Höpfner
  211. Miss Henriette Hopf
  212. Mr. Friedrich Hornung
  213. Mr. Wilhelm Hulsmann
  214. Miss Marg. Huntenburg
  215. Mr. Martin Hutyar
  216. Mr. Johann Hunzia
  217. Mrs. Antonina Ignatowitz
  218. Mr. Salomon Igalsohn
  219. Mr. Jezkev Irzeszaf
  220. Mr. Max Isakawitsch
  221. Mrs. Flora Isakawitsch
  222. Ella Isakawitsch
  223. Wilhelm Isakawitsch
  224. Margarethe Isakawitsch
  225. Alfred Isakawitsch
  226. Miss Maria Janda
  227. Mr. Axel Jansson
  228. Mrs. Bertha Jansson
  229. Gertrud Jansson
  230. Mr. Charles Jeffreys
  231. Mr. Henry Jenkel
  232. Mrs. Katharina Jeszo
  233. Mr. Ernst Jung
  234. Miss Martha Jung
  235. Mrs. Elisabeth Kaczynska
  236. Helen Kaczynska
  237. Mr. Ferdinand Kaestner
  238. Mr. Alfred Kahn
  239. Mrs. Ella Kahn
  240. Jacob Kahn
  241. Leona Kahn
  242. Mr. Jan Kaleyta
  243. Mr. Louis Kalmovitz
  244. Mrs. E. C. Kaltwasser
  245. Mr. Anton Karasek
  246. Mrs. Else Karbiner
  247. Miss Margit Kardos
  248. Mr. Philipp Karol
  249. Mr. Samson Katz
  250. Mr. Franz Kauber
  251. Miss Auguste Kaufmann
  252. Mrs. Elise Keck
  253. Miss Gladys Keck
  254. Miss L. Kempff
  255. Mr. Wolks Kiener
  256. Miss Karoline Kircher
  257. Mrs. Babette Kirchstetter
  258. Juliana Kirchstetter
  259. Sebastian Kirchstetter
  260. Mr. Otto Kirsten
  261. Mr. Otto Kitzing
  262. Mr. William Kleemann
  263. Mr. Eduard Klein
  264. Miss Maria Klein
  265. Mr. Heinrich Klein
  266. Mr. Joseph Klinkau
  267. Mrs. Anna Klinkau
  268. Mr. Friedrich W. Köhler
  269. Miss Toni Köhneke
  270. Mr. Hermann Könekamp
  271. Mr. Nicolay Kobylanski
  272. Mr. Alfred Koch
  273. Mr. Antal Kocsis
  274. Mrs. Cilka Komrat
  275. Dawid Komrat
  276. Itze Komrat
  277. Heiza Komrat
  278. Bronje Komrat
  279. Meische Komrat
  280. Miss Wilhelmine Kopf
  281. Mrs. Perl Korn
  282. Gertrud Korn
  283. Nute Korn
  284. Mr. Leonard Kowalewski
  285. Miss Hedwig Kreierbühl
  286. Miss Agnes Kreisel
  287. Miss Mathilde Kressler
  288. Mrs. Ida Kroker
  289. Miss Ella Kropf
  290. Mr. Israel Kroschinski
  291. Mr. Rudolf Krützfeldt
  292. Mrs. Elisabeth E. Kruse
  293. Mr. George Kubetz
  294. Mrs. Bozena Kubetz
  295. Miss Emilie Kubicek
  296. Miss Mary Kuli
  297. Mrs. Maryanna Kurowska
  298. Janina Kurowska
  299. Mrs. Stanislawa Kuzinska
  300. Sofia Kuzinska
  301. Miss Käthe Labahn
  302. Miss Marie Labnitz
  303. Mr. György Lajtos
  304. Mr. Ben Lake
  305. Mrs. Antonina Lano and Child
  306. Mr. Alexander Lasareff
  307. Mr. Markus A. Lassen
  308. Mr. Charles Lehmann
  309. Mrs. Amaha Lehmann
  310. Mr. Max Lennig
  311. Mr. Carl Leschmann
  312. Mr. Joseph Lessing
  313. Mr. Fritz Ley
  314. Miss Marie Lindenberger
  315. Mrs. Lina Linder
  316. Mrs. Jeanette Lindheimer
  317. Miss Anna Linker
  318. Mrs. Karoline Lipperle
  319. Miss Karoline Lipperle
  320. Mr. Karl Löwy
  321. Mr. Pal Lukacs
  322. Mrs. Elisabeth Ludwig
  323. Miss Lydia Maas
  324. Mrs. Selma Machner
  325. Selma Machner
  326. Hildegard Machner
  327. Anna Machner
  328. Miss Karolina Majkisch
  329. Mrs. Bronislawa Malkooska
  330. Mr. Franz Markus
  331. Mrs. Mary Martin
  332. Miss Janette Mau
  333. Miss Anna Mayer
  334. Mr. Josef Mayerbach
  335. Mr. Anton Mehrlich
  336. Miss Mary Merlin
  337. Miss Passy Merlin
  338. Mrs. Rosa Meszaros
  339. Iren Meszaros
  340. Gyula Meszaros
  341. Mrs. Anna Metzger
  342. Ella Metzger
  343. Paula Metzger
  344. Mr. Ewald Miehe
  345. Miss Rosalia Miller
  346. Mrs. Margarete Modus
  347. Miss Ida Möller
  348. Miss Elsa Molch
  349. Mrs. Waleja Moranskal
  350. Alexander Moranskal
  351. Mrs. Justine Morik and Child
  352. Mr. Eugen Müller
  353. Mrs. Marie Müller
  354. Mrs. Karoline Müller
  355. Richard Muller
  356. Mrs. Emmy Müller
  357. Mr. Johann Val. Müller
  358. Mrs. Kate Münster
  359. Mr. Rudolf Nauck
  360. Miss Elisabeth Neidenbach
  361. Miss Emma Nerverla
  362. Miss G. Nerverla
  363. Miss Elise Neulinger
  364. Mr. Rudolf Nickel
  365. Miss Anna Nissen
  366. Mr. August Novack
  367. Miss Elli Opitz
  368. Miss Theresia Orzech
  369. Mr. Franz Ortlepp
  370. Miss Margarethe Pachner
  371. Mrs. Anna Pakosta
  372. Mr. Dr. H. G. Parker
  373. Mrs. Recha Patzig
  374. Miss Cilly Patzig
  375. Mrs. Rosa Peglow
  376. Mr. Conrad Peil
  377. Miss Catarine Petersen
  378. Mr. J. Petprs
  379. Mrs. Bertha Petyan and Child
  380. Mrs. Meta Peter
  381. Frieda Peter
  382. Miss Klara Pelz
  383. Miss Frieda Peyer
  384. Mr. Carl Pfeiffer
  385. Mrs. Henie M. Pfeffer
  386. Miss Henriette Pfeffer
  387. Miss Mannie Pfleger
  388. Mr. John B. Pohlsen
  389. Mrs. Emma D. Pohl
  390. John B. Pohl Jr.
  391. Mrs. Cecilie Polack
  392. Julie Polack
  393. Mrs. Cecillia Politzer
  394. Mr. Theodor Prasse
  395. Miss Rosa Prusinska
  396. Mr. Victor Quedens
  397. Mr. Otto Quitzan
  398. Mrs. Martha Quitzan
  399. Miss Clara Quitzan
  400. Eimer Quitzan
  401. Martha Quitzan
  402. Mr. Meier Rafalowitz
  403. Mr. Majer Raps
  404. Mrs. Nesie Raps
  405. Moritz Raps
  406. Dora Raps
  407. Riwke Raps
  408. Leizer Raps
  409. Rachtze Raps
  410. Miss Stephani Rasakowski
  411. Miss Rosa Rauch
  412. Mrs. Philippine Reinach
  413. Karl Reinach
  414. Mr. Arnold Reisei
  415. Bendit Reisei
  416. M. M. Reisei
  417. Mr. Karl Richter
  418. Mr. Dr. Theodor Rickert
  419. Mr. Hans Rieckhof!
  420. Miss E. Riehs
  421. Miss Emma Ripper
  422. Mr. Johann Ritzel
  423. Mrs. Gittel Rochmann
  424. Miss Malke Rochmann
  425. Reisei Rochmann
  426. Riwke Rochmann
  427. Mr. Valentin Röder
  428. Mr. Johann Röder
  429. Mr. Idel Rogozinsky
  430. Mr. Abraham Rois
  431. Mr. Elias Rois
  432. Mr. David Rors
  433. Mr. Eisig Rors
  434. Mr. Elias Rors
  435. Miss Chaje Rors
  436. Mr. Christian Roos
  437. Mrs. P. Rosenkranz and Children
  438. Miss Else Rosenthal
  439. Miss Marie Roth
  440. Mr. T. Rothbartl
  441. Mrs. T. Rothbartl
  442. Miss Minna Rox
  443. Mr. Paul Rozum
  444. Mrs. Anna Rüdiger
  445. Mrs. Margarethe Rulcovius
  446. Mr. Julius Runkel
  447. Mrs. Emma Runkel
  448. Mr. Moische Sawransky
  449. Mr. Josef Satra
  450. Mr. Karoly Sari
  451. Mr. John Sautter
  452. Miss Ettel Schapiro
  453. Mr. Albert Scharpf
  454. Miss Julie Schäfer
  455. Mrs. Charlotte Scheil
  456. Else Scheil
  457. Mrs. Sophie Scheithauer
  458. Margarethe Scheithauer
  459. Mr. Georg Scheil
  460. Mr. E. F. Scherbel
  461. Miss Fanny Schinke
  462. Mrs. Hermine Schirmer
  463. Mr. Ernst Schlegelmilch
  464. Mr. Hermann Schlichting
  465. Mrs. Auguste Schlichting
  466. Elsie Schlichting
  467. Fred Schlichting
  468. Alicie Schlichting
  469. Hermann Schlichting
  470. Mr. Hans Schmid
  471. Miss Marie Schmid
  472. Mr. Emil Schmidt
  473. Miss Luise Schmidt
  474. Miss Irem Schneesler
  475. Miss Marie Schneider
  476. Mr. Germann Schoel
  477. Mr. Emil Scholze
  478. Mrs. Elma Scholze
  479. Miss Margarethe Scholze
  480. Mr. Hans Schonleitner
  481. Mrs. Amalie Schonleitner
  482. Miss Else Schönrock
  483. Miss Anna Schulz
  484. Mrs. Caroline M. Schwartz
  485. Mr. Hermann Schweizer
  486. Mrs. Hermann Schweizer
  487. Mr. Wenzel Sebel
  488. Miss Marie Seel
  489. Miss Margarethe Seel
  490. Mr. Alfred Seliger
  491. Mr. Vincenz Setzer
  492. Mr. Johan Seybold
  493. Mr. Friedrich Shempf
  494. Miss Anna Siemen
  495. Mr. Alajos Sinaval
  496. Mrs. Irma Sinaval
  497. Mr. Franz Smalik
  498. Miss Esther Sol
  499. Mrs. Sandor Somogyi
  500. Mr. Samuel Spinat
  501. Mr. Louis Spitzer
  502. Mrs. Amanda Stahr
  503. Mr. Stein
  504. Mr. Carl P. W. Stein
  505. Miss Magd. Steinbach
  506. Mrs. Meta Steinbach
  507. Max Steinbach
  508. Hermann Steinbach
  509. Mr. Emil Steigleder
  510. Mrs. Clara Stendel
  511. Mrs. Magdalina Stendler
  512. Ernst Stendler
  513. Hermine Stendler
  514. Emma Stendler
  515. Gertrud Stendler
  516. Bertha Stendler
  517. Mrs. Elisabeth Stern
  518. Theodor Stern
  519. Miss Frieda Stiebel
  520. Mr. Georg Stoever
  521. Miss Babette Stolz
  522. Mr. John Strack
  523. Mrs. John Strack
  524. Mr. Rudolf Striedl
  525. Mr. John Stubbe
  526. Mrs. Mary Stubbe
  527. Johan Stukitz
  528. Otto Stukitz
  529. Oskar Stukitz
  530. Mrs. Katherine Sutschek
  531. Miss Anna Sztanowsky
  532. Miss Frederike Tedsen
  533. Miss Hermina Thelen
  534. Mr. August Thies
  535. Mr. Otto Tichy
  536. Mrs. Treat
  537. Mrs. Juliana Tvarok
  538. Geza Tvarok
  539. Mr. Josef Ullrich
  540. Mr. Curt E. Voekhart
  541. Miss Elisa Vogt
  542. Miss Alma Voohrt
  543. Mr. Franz Voracek
  544. Mrs. Elisabeth Wack
  545. Miss Elisabeth Wack
  546. Miss Marie Wacker
  547. Mr. Geza Wacz
  548. Mrs. Margarete Wagner
  549. Mr. Vilmos Waldmann
  550. Mrs. Antonie Waldmann
  551. Mr. August Waldschmidt
  552. Mr. Gottlob Walker
  553. Mr. Willy Walthey
  554. Mr. Friedrich Wandres
  555. Miss Rosa Wegweiser
  556. Miss Mariam Weinstein
  557. Mr. Paul Weimann
  558. Mr. Hermann Weiss
  559. Mrs. Katharina Weiss
  560. Miss Katharina Weiss
  561. Miss Theresia Weiss
  562. Miss Stella Weltstaub
  563. Mr. Emil Wenglein
  564. Mrs. Eleonore Weniger
  565. Mr. Philipp Werchold
  566. Mrs. Frieda Werner
  567. Anna Werner
  568. Mr. Karl G. Wetzel
  569. Mr. Hermann Wiegand
  570. Mrs. Franziska Wiegand
  571. John Wiegand
  572. Miss Cecilie Wildemann
  573. Mr. Herbert R. Winkler
  574. Mr. Miklos Winkler
  575. Miss Emma Wolf
  576. Frieda Wolf
  577. Miss Leokadia Wolfgang
  578. Mr. Juan Wolsky
  579. Mr. Alexander Wolsky
  580. Miss Lina Wolter
  581. Mr. Knud Barsö Wolthers
  582. Mrs. K. Zahn
  583. Mr. Franz Zaje
  584. Mr. Josef Zdzubany
  585. Mrs. Riwke Zelniker
  586. Chaje Zelniker
  587. Chaim Zelniker
  588. Miss Cyna Zelniker
  589. Mrs. Beile Zelniker
  590. Miss Annie Zienert
  591. Mrs. Cecilia Zymankiewicz

Information for Passengers

Public Telephones
with booths and an operator will be found on the Hamburg-American Line Pier, foot of Ist street, Hoboken, N. J.

Letters and Telegrams.
Passengers who are expecting letters or telegrams are kindly requested to inquire for them at the Office of the Purser on board the steamer. Parcels arriving for passengers are delivered either by the Baggage-master or the Sea Post Office.

Letters which have not been called for before the steamer is berthed at Hoboken, are held by an official appointed for the purpose in the Company’s landing-stage at Hoboken and passengers are requested to inquire for them. The desk of this official will be recognized from a large placard bearing the inscription “Mail and Telegrams for Passengers’’.

Before leaving the steamer, passengers are recommended to inquire for mail at the Purser’s Office and to leave their address there, so that any letters arriving later may be forwarded. Passengers can have letters and telegrams forwarded to the care of any of the agents of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie.

The Company gladly undertakes the transmission or delivery of telegrams, letters, &c. intended for passengers; but owing to the immense number of such despatches forwarded to its care, must decline all responsibility, should such be inadvertently delayed or lost.

Letters that passengers wish to despatch from on board the steamer should be posted as early as possible before arrival of the steamer in the port in question, and the full name and address of the sender should be marked on the envelope.

Meals. Breakfast is served at 8 a. m., lunch at 1 21/2 p. m., dinner at 6*/2 p. m.

A menu is printed for each meal. Seats at table are allotted by the Chief Steward. A bugle call will be sounded 15 minuts before each meal, and a second signal at the beginning of the meal.
Steamer Chairs. Upon application to the Company’s office or to the Deck Steward, steamer-chairs belonging to the Seereise-Comfort-Gesellschaft can be rented for use on the voyage, at a charge of Marks 4.20 a piece.

Rugs. Also rugs, be'onging to the Seereise-Comfort-Gesellschaft, can be rented for use on the voyage at the same charge of Marks 4.20 a piece.

Music. The ship’s band performs on the promenade deck during the forenoon from 1 0 to 11 o’clock, in the evening from 9 to 1 0 o’clock in the dining saloons.

Baggage. As only small pieces of baggage can be taken into the cabins, all large pieces will be stored in the hold. Access to the hold may be had upon application to the Room Steward.

Hot or cold Baths. A number of comfortable bathrooms are provided aboard. The Bathroom Steward or Stewardess will attend to the bath upon the passenger’s request. No charge is made for baths. The water used is sea-water.

Smoking is allowed only on deck and in the Smoking Room; it is positively prohibited in the cabins and below deck.

The Bar closes at midnight.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloons at 11 p. m. and in the Smoking Room at midnight.

Surgeon and Apothecary. An experienced physician is attached to every steamer. For medical attendance in cases of sickness contracted on board no charge is made; medicines also are provided free of charge. But the ship’s physician is allowed to ask the usual fees from travellers who submit themselves to treatment for maladies not contracted during the voyage.

The Barber is entitled to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company.

Library. The books in the library, which may be obtained upon application to the Library Steward, are at the disposal of passengers, free of charge. A catalogue of the English, French and German books in the ship’s library can be had from the Library Steward.

Letters, Telegrams and Correspondence. Only the purser is authorised to receive letters and telegrams for delivery in the next port of call. Several telegraph- codes will be found in his office. Wireless messages are to be given in at the special wireless telegraph office on board ship. Letters and postcards must be deposited in the letterbox. The closing of mails for the various ports of call will be duly announced. The Universal Postal Union Regulations apply to the mail postet on board:

.... . . . / 20 Pf German stamp for letters on steamers sailing from and to America ^ |0 pf German stamp for postal cards

Postal stamps are obtainable either from the purser or from the stewards in the smoking room and in the saloon.

Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be supplied by the Saloon Steward.

Valuables or Money. The Company is not responsible for theft il valuables or money are kept in the staterooms. The same should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company’s form. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Foreign Money. The Purser is prepared to exchange foreign money.

Amusements. A number of pastime games, such as shuffleboard, quoits, chess, dominoes, etc. are provided for on board.

Attendance. The Stewards have strict instructions to attend to the wants of passengers in a prompt and courteous manner. Passengers are requested to bring any inattention to the notice of the Chief Steward, and if the complaint made is not promptly investigated, to report it to the Captain.

The Wireless Telegraph Service.
T'he Wireless Station on board is almost daily in communication with all parts of the world either directly through the shore-stations, or indirectly by means of passing ships. The names of the shore-stations and of the ships with which communication is expected during the day, are posted every morning in different parts of the ship.

The address of a telegram from shore to a ship at sea must be drawn up as follows:
1. Name of receiver with any necessary addition,
2. Name of the ship and her nationality,
3. Name of the shore-station by the intermediary of which the telegram is to
be forwarded.

At the conclusion of the address of wireless telegrams the service word „Radio” must be added, for example:

Karl Müller, Cleveland, German, Norddeich, Radio.
Telegrams from one ship to another only require the exact names of the passenger and the steamer.

All desired information regarding possibility of transmission, duration of transit and tariffs can be obtained on application to the Wireless Station on board, which is situated on the Sun-Deck of this steamer or from the Deutsche Betriebsg:esellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H.,
9, Tempelhofer Ufer, Berlin SW., Telephone: Nollendorf, 910—917 from 9 to 4 o’clock, Saturday from 8 to 2 o’clock, Telegraphic Address “Debeg”.

In addition, the offices of the following Companies accept telegrams for transmission and furnish information, if desired: Paris, 35, Boulevard des Capucines, Compagnie Framjaise Maritime et Coloniale de Telegraphie sans Fil,

London W. C., Watergate House, Adelphi, Marconi International Marine Communication Co. Ltd.,

Rome, 74 Piazza S. Silvestro, Compagnia Internazionale Marconi per le communicazione marittime,

Brussels, 13 Rue Brederode, Compagnie de Telegraphie sans Fil,

New-York, Ninety West Street, Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H.,

New-York, 47/9 West Street, Atlantic Communication Company,

Telephone Rector 4245 and 4246.

Stations in New York and Sayville (Long Island). Direct communication with Western Union and Postal Telegraph Co. In addition, all the telegraph offices in the German Empire and abroad accept wireless telegrams for all the steamers enumerated in the International List of Wireless Telegraph Stations.

For the despatch of wireless telegrams from or to shore the following are the shore-stations in Europe:

Cuxhaven, Norddeich, Scheveningen, North Foreland (Dover), Dunkirk, Boulogne sur Mer, Niton (Isle of Wight), Bolt Head, Cherbourg, Lizard, Crookhaven, He d'Ouessant.

For the same purpose the following are the American shore-stations:
Cape Race (Newfoundland), Sable Island (Nova Scotia), Siasconset (Massachusetts), Sagaponack (New York), and Sea Gate (New York).

The wireless service on board all the steamers of the Hamburg-Amerika- Linie is attended to by the Deutsche Betriebs-Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin. Inquiries, claims, etc. should be addressed to this Company only, and not to the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, which undertakes no responsibility whatsoever for the wireless telegraph service.

Besides these customary “wireless messages", a more economical system has just been introduced for the special benefit of the passengers. A message containing 30 words can now be transmitted at a cost of M. 5.— and each additional word will be charged for at the rate of 10 Pf. For the despatching of these “Oceanletters” an additional charge of 50 Pf. is made. For all further information please apply to the “Wireless Operator”.

Porter Service
Uniformed attendants to carry baggage to and from our docks and arrange small details of travel for a nominal fee.

Fpor the convenience of ocean travelers by our line, and in order to eliminate the extortion that has been practised by some of the public porters, we have inaugurated a service of attendants to carry hand-baggage and perform similar services for our patrons. On days when our steamers arrive and sail, a staff of porters, wearing gray uniforms, upon the collars of which the word “Attendant“ appears, and red caps bearing “Hamburg-American Line“ bands, will be stationed at our docks, the ferries and railroad terminals in Hoboken, to assist passengers. A fixed nominal charge, as per schedule is made for the service between our piers and the following points:


—.10
—.25
—.35
—.35
—.50
1.—
—.75
1.—
1.—
1.50
2.—
1.—

Lackawanna Railroad or Ferries in Hoboken Hudson Terminal Station in Hoboken
Any Hotel in Hoboken

Any other point in Hoboken
Jersey City and Jersey City Heights... Greenville, Bayonne and West Hoboken Pennsylvania and Erie Railroads, Jersey City New Jersey Central and B. & 0. Railroads West Shore Railroad, Weehawken Grand Central Station, New York New York Hotels, below 50tfl Street.
New York Hotels, above SO1*1 Street.
Brooklyn, N. Y
Pennsylvania R. R., New York ... .
—.25 | for one or two —.25 J packages
per package
for one or two packages

The attendants will accompany passengers to any part of New York to carry baggage, call carriages, and perform similar services. If a passenger will write or telegraph us, or telephone our office (1900 Rector) or our piers at Hoboken (770 Hoboken), one of the attendants will be sent to his home or hotel. As the porters are conversant with all formalities on the piers, the usual confusion upon arrival and departure practically will be eliminated, thus relieving the passenger of all annoyance and worry and avoiding loss of time. This service is especially valuable to large parties and ladies travelling alone, who can now make the journey to our piers, without anxiety. Besides English, many of the attendants also speak German.

IMPERATOR

Quadruple Turbine A« The Largest Vessel
Express Mail Steamer IMPERATOR in the World.
Capacity: 50 000 Tons Gross Register, Length: 919 Feet, Breadth: 98 Feet, Depth: 63 Feet, Horsepower: 62000.
Some of the Advantages Offered by the Steamer:
Safety - Arrangements, guaranteeing the greatest measure of safety that engineering science of to-day can devise. Steel Double-bottom over the whole length of the vessel. Longitudinal and Tranverse Bulkheads reaching far above the water-line. Submarine Bell Signalling System.

Search-lights of 34 000 candle-power. Life-boats for a considerably larger number of passengers than the Imperator has on board when full. In addition, two motor-launches with their own wireless telegraphy on board. Four Pro-pellers, so that if the rudder of the steamer is disturbed, the steamer can still be steered.

Gyro-compass. One Commander and four Captains (for Navigation, Public Safety, and General Superintendence) watch day and night over the ship’s course. Wireless Telegraphy carrying the longest distance, separate apparatus for the latest news of the day and for navigation signals.

Three Telegraph Operators on duty in turn, keeping the steamer day and night in constant communication with other steamers. Regular smooth running of the vessel ensured by her large dimensions and Frahm’s anti-rolling tanks.

Passenger-staterooms of unsurpassed size with metal bedsteads. Marble Wash-stands with hot and cold fresh water. Imperial and numerous other suites, in all 150 staterooms with private bath and toilet, or shower and toilet. All rooms supplied with electric current for lighting, heating, bells, ventilators etc.

Social-Rooms: Dining-room extending through two
decks, also Ritz-Carlton Restaurant, Grill Room, Grand Ball Room with stage, Smoking Room, Private Dining-room, Ladies’ Saloon, Verandah Cafe.
Other Features Deserving of Notice: Gymnasia both in First and Second Cabin. Swimming-Pool in Pompeian style, reaching through two decks. Seawater constantly renewed by cascades. Electric, Turkish and Vapor Baths. Covered and Open Promenade-decks. Promenade- concerts, Trained Band and Table-music. Telephone system. Office of the Representative of the Passenger-Department, Office of the Baggage Officer. Passenger-lifts.

The sister-ship of the Imperator, the Vaterland was launched on the 3rd of April 1913.
This steamer will enter the Hamburg- New York passenger service spring 1914.
In addition to these steamers a third vessel of the same type is in course of construction.

Pleasure Cruises
arranged by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie
|3leasure Cruises were inaugurated by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie 21 years ago, and since then, they have rapidly approached perfection through the frequent introduction of fresh itineraries and the judicious use of all newly gained experience.

The largest of the steamers appointed by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie to carry out pleasure-cruises is the twin-screw steamer “Victoria Luise“, which was thoroughly overhauled and re-constructed, so as to specially adapt her for her purpose. Thus the “Victoria Luise“ was fitted with the anti-rolling tanks invented by the German shipbuilder Frahm, whereby the movement of the ship is considerably reduced. In addition to the roomy promenade-decks stretching along the whole length of the ship, the large ball-room, the gymnasium, swimming-baths for ladies and gentlemen, and a medical-bath-establishment are deserving of special mention.

The Hamburg-Amerika Linie brought about a considerable extension of their pleasure-cruise service by commissioning the twin-screw steamer “Meteor”, which was specially built for pleasure-cruising. Notwithstanding all the modern conveniences with which this steamer is fitted, her type of build and the comparatively small outlay required to work and maintain her, make it possible to reduce the fares for her cruises to a minimum. The “Meteor“ is also provided with anti-rolling tanks and is fitted with spacious and comfortable saloons.

The Company also employ in the pleasure-cruise service their favorite twin-screw steamers “Amerika“, “Cleveland“, “Cincinnati“, “Moltke“, “Kronprinzessin Cecilie“, “Fuerst Bismarck“ whenever required.

Furnished with such an excellent fleet, as is represented by these steamers the Hamburg-Amerika Linie is able to draw up a pleasure- cruise programme for 1913, which in variety surpasses the most successful undertakings of previous years.

All particulars concerning the itineraries and fares, are contained in the special pamphlets of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, which may be obtained from the purser on board.

Zeppelin Airships Passenger Trips Advertisement

Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-Aktien-Gesellschaft
Passenger-Trips
by
Zeppelin Airships

from the Airship-Sheds at Frankfort o. M., at Berlin-Potsdam, at Baden-Baden, at Hamburg, at Leipzig.
General Information can be had at the
Hamburg-Amerika Linie
Airship-Department
Frankfort o. M. Berlin W. 8
14 Kaiserstraße 8 Unter den Linden
Telephone: Amt Zentrum Telephone: 1. 3370 9197 9]9g 9199
Baden-Baden Hamburg I
5 Sophienstraße 69 Ferdinandstraße
Telephone: 788 Telephone: Gr. 8, 2998/99
Leipzig, 2 Augustusplatz
Telephone: 20108 Telegrams: Hapag Luftschiffahrt

The Hamburg-Amerika Linie was founded in 1847. It owns a fleet of 192 large ocean steamers, 239 steamlaunches, tugs and lighters, aggregating together, with the ships in course of construction, 431 vessels, registering 1,306,819 tons. Its services embrace the entire globe.

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Front Cover Title Page Public Telephone Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
Front Cover Title Page Public Telephone Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
Second Cabin Passengers Officers Letters and Telegrams Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information
Second Cabin Passengers Officers Letters and Telegrams Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information
Wireless Telegraph Service (in German) Wireless Telegraph Service Porter Service (in German) Porter Service Proposed Sailings
Wireless Telegraph Service (in German) Wireless Telegraph Service Porter Service (in German) Porter Service Proposed Sailings
Proposed Sailings The S.S. Imperator (In German) The S.S. Imperator Propsoed Sailings, Atlas Service Services (In German)
Proposed Sailings The S.S. Imperator (In German) The S.S. Imperator Propsoed Sailings, Atlas Service Services (In German)
Services (In German) Services (In German) Pleasure Cruises (in German) Pleasure Cruises Winter Cruises (in German)
Services (In German) Services (In German) Pleasure Cruises (in German) Pleasure Cruises Winter Cruises (in German)
Winter Cruises Cruises (In German) Cruises Cruises (In German) Cruises
Winter Cruises Cruises (In German) Cruises Cruises (In German) Cruises
Combination Tickets - Railways and Steamers (In German) Combination Tickets - Railways and Steamers Zeppelin Passenger Trips Ad (in German) Zeppelin Passenger Trips Ad Offices and Agencies
Combination Tickets - Railways and Steamers (In German) Combination Tickets - Railways and Steamers Zeppelin Passenger Trips Ad (in German) Zeppelin Passenger Trips Ad Offices and Agencies
Offices and Agencies Breif Information on HAPAG Back Cover  
Offices and Agencies Breif Information on HAPAG Back Cover

Prepared 2015-05-23 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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